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Ronald Eugene Moseley

March 11, 1955 ~ January 8, 2019 (age 63)

Ronald Eugene Moseley was born in Dallas, TX on March 11, 1955; he went home to be with the Lord January 08, 2019.

Graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center May 19, 2000.

Ron is survived by his Aunt: Elizabeth Berry Moseley, Cousins: Bill Jean Knight -Bossier City, LA, Brenda Hileman Cobb –Jefferson, TX, Lloyd E. Moseley –Mesquite, TX, Ann Moseley Wyse –Garland, TX, Cyndy Simmons Roark –Farmers Branch, TX, Charles Edgar Powell, Nick Powell –Salt Lake City, UT, Uncle: Harold Brent Powell.

Ron Moseley is a man who followed after God, walked with Jesus, and was led by the Holy Spirit.

Ron loved Texas, because he is a Texan, loved just about everything Texas- including the Longhorns; as a young man, Ron was surrounded by family and friends.  Ron also lived in different States, including: Florida- where he completed 3 years of Bible training, Nevada, and Utah.  Meeting different people, making lots of friends wherever he went, such as those in college and Bible training schools.  He loved being an involved member of the local Church, but his heart was always Texas and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Ron loved going on cruises, and he loved telling people about cruises; he even joked that he always had a bag packed and ready to go.  He was very persuasive; by the time you got done talking to Ron, you too would have your bags packed.  He loved cruises so much, he often talked about spending his retirement living on a ship.  He also spoke about moving back to Florida, or moving to Puerto Rico because the dollar goes further.  Ron toyed with the idea of moving but he would always come back to the idea that it was near impossible to leave such good friends who had become like his family.

Ron also liked to cruise the roads of Tulsa; there wasn’t many sunny days, in Tulsa, that didn’t see Ron popping to top on his red Porsche and enjoying the hilly and winding roads around town.

Another love was skiing in Utah, with college friends from Texas, but friends say that he retired the sport too soon.

Ron was a great Storyteller, and loved a good party; he would describe, in great detail, his experiences and usually had a lesson he was trying to convey in that story.  He was the life of the party when ever there was a gathering.  Not only could he hold a conversation, but also listen and make the person speaking feel he is interested in what they have to say.

Professionally, his first love was always real estate.  He would delve into other things like stocks and currency Trading, but his bread-and-butter was always real estate and he taught others about real estate.

Ron also liked politics; well, he didn’t actually like politics, but he did like telling people what he thought of politics and politicians.  Like most subjects, he was rooted in what he believed and why he believed it, but he loved to laugh even more.  For the last year, he spent more time around laughter, friends, and filling peoples’ lives with the same love and grace he was given by Jesus.

Look around and you’ll see who is most important to Ron: people; he wants us all to have our own relationship with Jesus.  Like a cruise ship, so too Ron made waves in this life, and those in his wake are better for knowing him.

God Bless.

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